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BTDMJB. 2005; 1(1): 36-38

Coexistence of radial scar and tubular carcinoma in an architectural distortion area on mammograph: Case report

Ercan İnci, Tan Cimilli, Fatma Beyazal Çeliker, Sibel Bayramoğlu, Sema Aksoy.

In this case report, the coexistence of radial scar and tubular carcinoma in an architectural distortion area that didn’t change in a period of 2 years is reported. In such cases, MRI and serial mammograms are not useful in diagnosis and these cases should be localized and
marked with imaging techniques for histopathologic evaluation.

Key words: Architectural distortion, radial scar, tubular carcinoma

Article Language: Turkish English

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